Nikolić holds election rally in Kosovo

Serb Radical Party (SRS) presidential candidate Tomislav Nikolić has vowed never to abandon the Kosovo Serbs.

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  1. Caught by the ANA are you serious.How do Serbian leaders travel in safety from a terrorist group? Wow that is bordering on threatening violence.Maybe they get in and out like they always have driving or flying.At least someone is going down there.
    (Jovan z, 17 January 2008 04:01)
  2. "How do all these Serb officials get in and out of Kosova without being caught by the ANA?
    (KS, 16 January 2008 22:12) "

    Because the north was never controlled by the Albanians (whether Pristina or ANA or what have you) ..... you already have a de facto partition on the ground since 1999.
    (lowe, 17 January 2008 03:50)
  3. Life for Serbs in Kosova is so secure and free that even a radical can go in and out and move around freely holding speeches and meeting other happy people. I think his visit explains it all.
    (Clean Cut, 17 January 2008 01:21)
  4. How do all these Serb officials get in and out of Kosova without being caught by the ANA?
    (KS, 16 January 2008 22:12)

    KS,

    They are protected by well trained heavily armed security and ANA is a cowedly ragtag bunch who dare not attack anyone stronger than them, much like a bully does in a common school yard,.. and of course NATO dares not stop these officials from entering too because after all Kosovo is Serbian, still!
    (Canadian, 17 January 2008 00:38)
  5. Go Nikolic! His campaign should nickname him "Nik-o-bilic".
    (JohnBoy, 16 January 2008 23:13)
  6. How do all these Serb officials get in and out of Kosova without being caught by the ANA?
    (KS, 16 January 2008 22:12)
  7. "Tomislav Nikolić has vowed never to abandon the Kosovo Serbs".
    For some reason those words sounds eerily like the words that set the stage for the disintegration of Yugoslavia 19 years ago.
    (Elton, 16 January 2008 21:02)

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